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Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Just Sitting

Eastern KingbirdYesterday I revisited Tamarac Park in Lakeville and after walking around, I noticed in the dead tree, high up there were some birds.  Near the tree was a pension table, so I ...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Barn swallows Gathering Mud

Barn Swallow Gathering MudToday my son and I traveled to Erwin S. Wilder Wildlife Management Area in Norton.  The idea was to hopefully to some macro photography since last year there was a ...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Bird-a-Thon 2016

Starting 6 PM Friday Evening until 6 PM Saturday Evening, Doug and I participated as a team in the 2016 Bird-A-Thon of the Massachusetts Audubon Society.  We were one of the teams from Allen...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Busy Day

Great Egret prior to losing the fish Monday was a very busy day. As in my previous blog, I started out at midnight photographing the nights sky for a few hours. Came home and downloaded t...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Finally!

Galactic Center Rising at the Stone BarnThe weather gods cooperated, the night sky this morning was beautiful and clear except for a rare cloud.  Although the peak of the meteor showers past...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

More on the Nikon D500

Great Blue HeronThe Nikon D500 is an excellent camera.  But, it is complicated and does take the time to learn all its nuances.  In fact, Nikon has published two manuals for this camera.  Th...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

New Life

CygnetThe kids and I went out photographing yesterday and the fun part was photographing a family of goslings and a family of cygnets.  The interactions between the adults in the youngsters ...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Spring into Summer 2016 sale

Topaz is excited to tell you about their Spring into Summer 2016 sale! From May 3rd through May 22nd, we're offering 40% off of the full Topaz Photography Collection (that's a $200 discount!...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Do You Need a Macro Lens?

In order to do close-up photography, do you need a macro lens?  The answer is no, but, you may be not able to do a 1:1 image.  First, you can add a macro filter to a 70-200 mm lens.  The bes...
Photo Bee 1's Blog · 10M ago

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea)

Today I was supposed to meet some participants in the NANPA Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge meet up.  However, no one showed up.  While I was waiting in the parking lot, my friend Mik...